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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
All-American Leads Cougars With a Top 25 Finish at the PING/ASU Invite
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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Release: 04/02/2006
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April 2, 2006

TEMPE, Ariz. - There seems to be no stopping Washington State's Anastasia Kostina as she garnered her ninth consecutive top 25 finish at the PING/ASU Invitational, held at the par-72, 6,230 yard Karsten Golf Course, April 2.

The All-American senior continues to prove she is a force to be reckoned with as she fired a 75 (+3) during the final round, to finish the tournament knotted for 21st. The senior, who is ranked No. 18 nationally in the most recent Golfstat rankings, is tied for third in the Cougar record books with 25 top 25 career finishes.

As a team, the Cougars battled some of the nations top teams to finish the three-day tournament tied with Texas for the 13th position. The Cougs fired a final round score 308 (+20) to finish ahead of Pac-10 foes No. 24 Washington and No. 34 Oregon.

Freshman Amy Eneroth notched her lowest round of the tournament, posting a final round score of 74 (+1) to knot herself in a tie at 45th, while sophomore Tracy Broders finished the tournament in a tie for 71stt. Jessica Black knocked four strokes of her second round score firing a 78 (+6) during the final round to finish in a tie for 74th, while teammate Haley Parsons ended the tournament in 76th.

The Cougars will return to action when they travel down to the Bay Area to compete at the Stanford Intercollegiate, April 8-9, at the Stanford Golf Course.

PING/ASU Invitational
March 31 - April 2, 2006
Par-72, 6,230 yards
Karsten Golf Course, Tempe, Ariz.
Results after 3 of 3 rounds

WSU Results: T21. Anastasia Kostina (72-77-75 - 224, +8), T45. Amy Eneroth (81-76-74 - 231, +15), T71. Tracy Broders (77-80-81 - 238, +22), T74. Jessica Black (80-82-78 - 240, +24), 76. Haley Parsons (79-76-86 - 241, +25)

Team Results: 1. UCLA (288-289-288 - 865, +1), 2. Arizona State (283-298-285 -866, +2), 3. Texas A&M (294-293-291 - 878, +14), 4. USC (295-298-300 - 893, +29), 5. Pepperdine (292-308-295 - 895, +31), T6. UNLV (290-317-296 - 903, +39), T6. Stanford (299-304-300 - 903, +39), 8. Missouri (314-294-296 - 904, +40), 9. Tulsa (293-313-303 - 909, +45), 10. Arizona (307-313-294 - 914, +50), 11. Oregon State (308-309-300 - 917, +53), 12. Long Beach State (311-303-310 - 924, +60), T13. Texas (305-305-315 - 925, +61), T13. WSU (308-309-308 - 925, +61), 15. Washington (300-313-313 - 926, +62), 16. Oregon (307-316-308 - 931, +67)

Top Five Individuals: 1. Adriana Zwanck, Arizona (69-73-68 - 210, -6), T2. Ashley Knoll, Texas A&M (70-70-71 - 211, -5), T2. Jane Park, UCLA (72-74-65 - 211, -5), 4. Amie Cochran, UCLA (73-72-68 - 213, -3), 5. Eileen Vargas, Pepperdine (69-72-74 - 215, -1)

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